The Social Contract Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 50:


The author believes that slavery is bad, but that it was a worthwhile price to pay because it allowed individuals to do which of the following? (from Book 3, Part 4)


According to the author, which of the following terms best describes what the basic tenets of the Christian faith are to the function of the Sovereign? (from Book 4, Part 3)


What type of community does the author envision in a seaside state? (from Book 2, Part 4)


When good sense, justice, and integrity are sufficient for a position, who should be in the lot to be chosen for those positions? (from Book 4, Part 1)


This statement explains the necessity of what concept: "No citizen shall be rich enough to buy another and none so poor as to be forced to sell himself; this implies that the more exalted persons need moderation in goods and influence and the humbler persons moderation in avarice and covetousness." (from Book 2, Part 4)

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